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E: PRIORITIES IN RELATION TO DEALINGS WITH EQUITABLE INTERESTS AND OTHER ASSIGNMENTS OF CHOSES IN ACTION

36 General

The rule in Dearle v Hall1, which applies to determine priorities of dealings with equitable interests and other assignments of choses in action, whether legal or equitable2, is to be distinguished from the rule which applies where the legal owner creates a succession of equitable interests3. In practice these latter cases are commonly dealt with by provisions as to registration, but in so far as they are not, priority depends primarily on the respective dates of

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